Character Traits-Uses the acronym F.A.S.T. for Character's (F)eelings, (A)ctions, (S)ayings, (T)houghts...Could do this in students readers' notebooks.
Idea: What did the character see? Have students draw an important scene from the novel in the center of the character's eye.
Great activity to get students to dig into the text to "show me the evidence."
Informational Text Response (Non-Fiction Text Features Main Idea) Any Text
This is a wonderful tool that works with any type of informational or non-fiction text. This resource is Common Core aligned and was created for upper grades. Students are scaffolded through this response sheet. Students must complete a pre-read where the
Reading Response Book-tivities: The Bundle
Reading Response Booktivities are a great way to change up your reading response routine! Students choose between a variety of foldable activities to tell about the book that they read. These also make a great portfolio artifact or even a bulletin board display!
Reading Literature or Fiction Graphic Organizers
60 Graphic Organizers for Reading Fiction and Literature! Perfect for fiction reading comprehension grades 1-6. Common Core aligned. Some of the topics include setting, sequencing, character traits, compare and contrast, dialogue, and many more!
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Another great chart from Chart Sense for Writing for literary analysis!